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Perfect swing in the ski area in the Tannheimer Tal

For real alpine ski fans it can't go fast enough. All the better that in the Tannheimer Tal the paths are short and the six ski areas are close by. So there's plenty of time for what's important: the sun-drenched ski slopes, fantastic piste conditions and entertaining downhill runs to enjoy momentum after momentum in the Tannheimer Tal in Tyrol.

Off to the slopes
The Tannheimer Tal is a perfect starting point for a cross-border ski safari for all ski holidaymakers who bring a little more time with them. The two Verbund ski passes are a cost-effective way to indulge your passion for skiing in various ski regions in Tyrol and the bordering Allgäu. The "super snow" ski pass serves as an admission ticket for a total of 500 kilometres of pistes, 35 mountain railways and 200 lifts in eight of the most beautiful ski areas in Tyrol, the Kleinwalsertal valley and the adjoining Allgäu. The "Vitales Land" ski pass allows the use of 70 cable cars and lifts in some of the most popular ski regions in northern Tyrol and eastern Allgäu. The package includes: our own six ski resorts in the Tannheimer Tal directly on our doorstep.

A ticket for 20 mountain lifts: SKI TANNHEIMER TAL

Zwei Skifahrer im Skigebiet Neunerköpfle in Tannheim im Tannheimer5 Tal, Tirol

Ski areas in the Tannheimer Tal

Along the 16 kilometres of the high valley there are various ski resorts, which can be easily reached on foot, by car or by ski bus. Each of them convinces with its special advantages and conditions.

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The 16 kilometre long high valley at 1,100 metres above sea level is considered snow guaranteed and can also be reached easily and quickly without a vignette.  Many day guests from neighbouring Allgäu and especially from southern Germany come to the valley to enjoy the varied pistes. Skiing at hourly intervals - this is made possible by the variable hourly passes from two to five hours. In the Tannheimer Tal and Jungholz, skiers and boarders will find everything their "winter heart" desires. You will find cosy family slopes and steep descents up to the FIS race track. Six ski schools with approx. 100 certified ski instructors teach skiing and snowboarding as well as cross-country skiing in classic style and skating. A visit to the mountain is worthwhile for winter hikers - the beautiful view and the prepared winter hiking trails guarantee pure joie de vivre.  

The price of a day ticket for adults is € 41.00 and is valid for all facilities. 
There are special rates and offers for families.

Further information can be found at www.skitannheimertal.at

Ski area Jungholz

The Jungholz ski region is special because of its location alone. Because the Tiroler ski area lies in an enclave in the Allgäu. In total there are 10 kilometres of blue and red slopes to explore, safe lifts and guaranteed snow fun.  The three adventure areas are designed for families with small children: the N'Ice Bear Kinderland, the Grizzly Family Snowpark and the Snow Learnland. Depending on the age and experience of the children, they learn to descend the hill without falling, to control the first slalom swings, or to land safely on two legs after jumps over the kickers. If you then need a break, you can relax on the two sunny island oases. There you can use the Jungholz app to find out about the latest news in the ski area and plan your next descent.

Further information on the Jungholz ski area can be found at www.jungholz.de